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model:

facial laceration suturing
task trainer

realistic and durable

what it is

Our facial laceration suturing task trainer.

Made out of prosthetic grade silicone and 3D printed parts with two layers of strengthening mesh. Has three tissue layers (dermis, subcutaneous, muscle) plus bone underneath.

use it to teach:

  • instrument handling

  • different suturing techniques - interrupted, continuous, subcuticular, vertical, horizontal, mattress

  • skin flap surgery

main features

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made using real data

We created facial suturing task trainer with the use of MRI and photogrammetry data.

hand-made with attention to details

Realistic, soft skin. Lacerations copied from real life cases.

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layers

Three tissue layers:

- dermis

- subcutaneous

- muscle

(plus skull fragments)

mesh

two layers of power mesh to make the tissue as strong as possible. 

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2 options

Two options available: with and without lacerations (so you can make your own ones).

additional features

realistic in touch

stable
(will stay in place 
during practice)

skin flaps training

available in 3 options

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complete version

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basic version

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manufacturing files

make your own facial laceration suturing trainer

Do you own a 3D printer and have a little bit of silicone?

Get our manufacturing files and start making your own facial suturing trainers. It takes around $70 to create one (material cost only).

You can print everything without brim and supports, there is no post-processing needed.

parameters:

£60, 30 min of work, 12 hour of wait

this is the silicone and printing material cost, labor time and 3D printing time that takes us to make a single facial laceration suturing trainer.

manufacturing files preview

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assembly

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